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New Jersey State Constitution - 1947 (Updated through Amendments Adopted in November 2003) By State of New Jersey
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A Constitution agreed upon by the delegates of the people of New Jersey, in Convention, begun at Rutgers University, the State University of New Jersey, in New Brunswick, on the twelfth day of June,... More > and continued to the tenth day of September, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and forty-seven. We, the people of the State of New Jersey, grateful to Almighty God for the civil and religious liberty which He hath so long permitted us to enjoy, and looking to Him for a blessing upon our endeavors to secure and transmit the same unimpaired to succeeding generations, do ordain and establish this Constitution.< Less
History of the College of New Jersey, at Princeton. Vol. 2 By John Maclean
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Hard Cover version of John Maclean's 1877 History of the College of New Jersey, Volume 2. This has the original Index for both volumes 1 and 2, quite helpful to do word searches. Volume 1 and other... More > titles are also available, just search at LuLu for the word: Princeton or Nassau-Hall. Both Volumes are an excellent resource for researching the crucial role the Presbyterian Church played in the creation of the American Revolution and the early Constitutional era! See the description of Volume 1 for more information.< Less
History of the College of New Jersey, at Princeton. Vol. 2 By John Maclean
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Hard Cover version of John Maclean's 1877 History of the College of New Jersey, Volume 2. This has the original Index for both volumes 1 and 2, quite helpful to do word searches. Volume 1 and other... More > titles are also available, just search at LuLu for the word: Princeton or Nassau-Hall. Both Volumes are an excellent resource for researching the crucial role the Presbyterian Church played in the creation of the American Revolution and the early Constitutional era! See the description of Volume 1 for more information.< Less
John Marshall and the Constitution, a Chronicle of the Supreme Court By Edward Samuel Corwin
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Allen Johnson (1870–1931) was an American historian,... More > teacher, biographer, and editor, most notably of the Dictionary of American Biography.Johnson was born in Lowell, Massachusetts, where his father, Moses Allen Johnson (whose ancestor came to Massachusetts in 1630) worked for the Lowell Felting Mills. His mother's name was Elmira Shattuck. Johnson was the valedictorian of his high school in 1888, and then attended Amherst College, graduating in 1892.After graduation, he taught history and english in the Lawrenceville School in New Jersey (1892-1894), and then held a graduate fellowship at Amherst, reading philosophy and history. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allen_Johnson_(historian)< Less
No Taxation without Representation By Henry M. Gladney
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The most eloquent and effective colonial taxation protest was a 1768 missive from Virginia to the British Government. This PMR (Petition to His Majesty, Memorial to the House of Lords, and... More > Remonstrance to the House of Commons) was issued by the House of Burgesses (the elected Virginia Assembly), whose members included Washington and Jefferson. Virginia sent a PMR copy to every other colonial assembly, stimulating similar protests from Georgia, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and South Carolina (some copying the wording). PMR led directly to the Declaration of Independence.< Less
Smith's Princeton Lectures on Moral and Political Philosophy, Vol. 2 By Samuel Stanhope Smith, D.D.
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Hard Cover Version of Samuel Stanhope Smith's "Lectures on Moral and Political Philosophy", Volume 2. Lectures XV Through XXXI Smith served both as President of the College of New Jersey... More > (Princeton), from 1795 until 1812 and as Vice President (1789-95). Before that, he held several successive professorial posts there, as Professor, Moral Philosophy and Theology (1783-1812) and Professor, Moral Philosophy ( 1779-83) which extended his influence over the late Colonial period, and well into the early Constitutional era. If you want to know what was taught to those who lead this country to Independence, in effect to read one of the "Owners Manual" for the Unites States of America, this book is the place to start. This reprint was created from a rare original 1812 copy, with the addition of a Sketch of Smith's life taken from "History Of The College Of New Jersey, at Princeton, by John Maclean, the Tenth President.< Less
Smith's Princeton Lectures on Moral and Political Philosophy, Vol. 2 By Samuel Stanhope Smith, D.D.
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Hard Cover Version of Samuel Stanhope Smith's "Lectures on Moral and Political Philosophy", Volume 2. Lectures XV Through XXXI Smith served both as President of the College of New Jersey... More > (Princeton), from 1795 until 1812 and as Vice President (1789-95). Before that, he held several successive professorial posts there, as Professor, Moral Philosophy and Theology (1783-1812) and Professor, Moral Philisophy ( 1779-83) which extended his influence over the late Colonial period, and well into the early Constitutional era. If you want to know what was taught to those who lead this country to Independence, in effect to read one of the "Owners Manual" for the Unites States of America, this book is the place to start. This reprint was created from a rare original 1812 copy, with the addition of a Sketch of Smith's life taken from "History Of The College Of New Jersey, at Princeton, by John Maclean, the Tenth President. < Less
Dixon, Chambers, Kinder, Ross, Palmer & McHone Family Histories By William A. Hamilton
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The Dixon family came to Pennsylvania as early as 1784. David Dixon fought in the Union Army during the Civil War. The Chambers family came to New Jersey in 1776. The Kinder family came to the... More > colonies in 1751. Seven sons of the original Kinder immigrant fought in the Revolutionary War. The Ross family came to America in 1705. The Reverend George Aeneas Ross helped establish the Church of England in the colonies. His son, George Amos Ross was one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence and served as a Colonel in the Revolutionary War. Rev. Ross’s son-in-law George Read also signed the Declaration of Independence and also the Constitution. In the next generation, John Ross served in the Revolutionary War. His wife was Betsy Ross, said to be the famous designed of the first American flag. The Palmer family came to Virginia in 1791 and the McHone family as early as 1708. Later, Archibald McHone served in the Revolutionary War. His grandson Millington McHone fought in the Civil War.< Less
Smith's Princeton Lectures on Moral and Political Philosophy, Vol. 1 By Samuel Stanhope Smith
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Samuel Stanhope Smith's Lectures on Moral and Political Philosophy, in two Volumes, ca. 1793-94, originally published in 1812. Vol. 1 of 2. Smith served as President of the College of New Jersey... More > (now Princeton University) 1795-1812. Previously, he was a Tutor, then Professor, Moral Philosophy (1779-83), and Professor, Moral Philosophy and Theology, ( 1783-1812). His 33 years as Professor and President covered both the American Revolution period, and early Constitutional eras, therefore giving direction to students who would the "serve both Church and State" as significant architects of American style government and society. Volume 1 sets forth basic first principles of the nature, purpose, and being of mankind, various physiological studies, and later examines the dominant schools of Philosphical thought by Locke, Hume, Paley, Reid, Stewart and Edwards. nassau-hall< Less
Smith's Princeton Lectures on Moral and Political Philosophy, Vol. 1 By Samuel Stanhope Smith
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Samuel Stanhope Smith's Lectures on Moral and Political Philosophy, in two Volumes, ca. 1793-94, originally published in 1812. Vol. 1 of 2. Smith served as President of the College of New Jersey... More > (now Princeton University) 1795-1812. Previously, he was a Tutor, then Professor, Moral Philosophy (1779-83), and Professor, Moral Philosophy and Theology, ( 1783-1812). His 33 years as Professor and President covered both the American Revolution period, and early Constitutional eras, therefore giving direction to students who would the "serve both Church and State" as significant architects of American style government and society. Volume 1 sets forth basic first principles of the nature, purpose, and being of mankind, various physiological studies, and later examines the dominant schools of Philosphical thought by Locke, Hume, Paley, Reid, Stewart and Edwards. nassau-hall< Less

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